MANAGEMENT OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS IN PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS: THE INCENTIVE TO TITRATION X FINANCIAL IMPACT

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Jaldemir Santana Batista Bezerra
Robélius De Bortoli

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This article aims to evaluate the financial impact of teacher’s academic degree for Higher Education Institutions’ (HEI) management and answers the following research problem: what is the financial impact in HEI’s management in the incentive to teachers’ professional qualification and academic degree? Methodologically is about a case study inside the universe of private HEI which sample was chosen randomly. It was used descriptive statistics. For that it was shown data in four tables followed by their descriptions with previous discussion of results presented that reveals a big financial impact to HEI, which makes necessary the assertive decision making by the management.

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Bezerra, J. S. B., & Bortoli, R. D. . (2020). MANAGEMENT OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS IN PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS:: THE INCENTIVE TO TITRATION X FINANCIAL IMPACT. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 8(3), 452-459. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss3.2257
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Jaldemir Santana Batista Bezerra, Federal University of Sergipe - UFS – São Cristóvão, SE – Brazil

Graduate Program in Intellectual Property Science, PPGPI

Robélius De Bortoli, Federal University of Sergipe - UFS – São Cristóvão, SE – Brazil

Graduate Program in Intellectual Property Science, PPGPI

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